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I think your 'JAVA_HOME' environment variable is not pointing to the latest jdk1.7 .
Please check this.
open command prompt. Go to the location where you have the setup.exe
Now run below command
setup.exe -jreLoc C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.6.0_21
just give the path upto jdk version.
Then press enter. you are ready to go
Sorry for the delayed response! I got moved on to some other work and could not respond.
I followed the steps that you mentioned but still I am getting an error saying that "can not find the jave run time. please download jre 1.3+ from java".
I already download it and I was able to see java and I was pointing to the right folder in cmd prompt "C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.6.0_21" but still I am getting an error.
can anyone please let me know..
Thanks a lot!!
2 things must be noticed:1 person found this helpful
First: ODI 11g is not supported by JDK 7, I always use the JDK1.6.0_27 and works fine. When you try to open the ODI Studio, this message appears, telling that ODI is supported only with JDK 6 versions, so don't try to use JDK 7.
Second: I always install the JDK in a path without spaces, like "C:\JDK1.6.0_27\" and the excatly same thing to odi install files. So I call via Command Prompt:
C:\ODI_INSTALL\Disk1\setup.exe -jreLoc C:\JDK1.6.0_27\
I did over 20 windows installations using these settings, it'll work perfectly.
if it is windows 64 bit then install jdk in a path having no space1 person found this helpful
Now it will definitely work.
I was able to start the Oracle ODI11G installer. Till now, I was pointing to the wrong path.. the correct path was C:Oracle\Middleware\JDK160_29
once I mentioned it in the command prompt the installer screen came up.
Thanks a lot for your help!!
Hi, I have the same problem when I install ODI 220.127.116.11 version but I can't fix it with this instructions. Please 934909 describe what did you do and fix an error?
Thanks a lot